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This offers the visitor the chance to see the best of Recife and Olinda, starting with a panorama taking in the islands of Recife, Santo Antônio and Boa Vista, the Maurício de Nassau Bridge and Praça da República (flanked by the Governor's Palace, Santa Isabel Theatre and the Law Courts).

In Olinda the visitor can enjoy a breathtaking view of Recife and Olinda from Alto da Sé, as well as visiting the churches of Sé and Misericórdia. During carnival these sloping streets teem with revellers following the traditional giant puppets, like the Homem da Meia-Noite (Midnight Man), or joining in the town's colourful carnival troupes. Olinda has been declared a World Natural and Cultural Heritage Monument by UNESCO.

Next stop is a visit to the Cachaçaria Carvalheira Factory, where the cachaça (sugar cane rum) is aged in oak barrels. Here, we will learn a bit about the production process of the distilled beverage, sugar and its derivatives.

The last stop on this tour is Recife Shopping Centre, the largest shopping mall in the city, with its Sculpture Park, one of the largest exhibition areas in Northeast Brazil.

Duration: 08h / Price per Person: R$59,00 / Operation Schedule: Daily - departure from Boa Viagem Beach / Minimum: 02 passenger


Get to know old Recife and its fine colonial architecture on a panoramic tour which takes in the city's three islands (Recife, Santo Antônio and Boa Vista) and their floodlit monuments, including Maurício de Nassau bridge, Praça da República (flanked by the Governor's Palace, Santa Isabel Theatre and the Law Courts) and the Casa da Cultura. There is also an optional catamaran trip along the rivers of Recife. 

Duration: 04H / Price per Person: please, get in contact with Shopping Tour; price will depend on the number of passenger.


This tour takes us to Igarassu, one of the earliest colonial towns in Brazil and home to the Church of Saints Cosme and Damião that, dating back to 1535, is considered to be the oldest church in Brazil.  Itamaracá is an exotic island boasting 84 km² of nature, history and beauty. Here, besides a variety of water sports, we can find Forte Orange  built by the Dutch in the seventeenth century  and the Marine Manatee Centre  a research and conservation centre dedicated to preserving one of the most precious endangered species still found on the coast of Northeast Brazil. There is an optional catamaran trip to Coroa do Avião  a paradisiacal sand bar and observation point for migratory birds.

Duration: 10h departing from João Pessoa / Price per Person: R$70,00 / Operation Schedule: Thursdays


One of the locals' favourite beaches for watersports, this unspoilt location has calm,  shallow waters ideal for diving, plus broad sands perfect for playing and sunbathing.  Carneiros is located 90 km south of Recife and, with its dense coconut groves, is a fine example of a beautiful Northeast Brazilian beach.

Duration: 08h / Price per Person: R$73,00 / Operation Schedule: Fri, Sat - departure from Boa Viagem Beach / Minimum: 01 passenger


Crystal-clear waters of scintillating blue, with multi-coloured tropical fish and many other marine species, plus vast coconut groves make Porto de Galinhas beach a striking idyllic symbol of natural beauty combined with the peace and calm of a traditional fishing village. In the nineteenth century, slaves were smuggled into the country via this beach which today is considered to be one of the most beautiful in Brazil. Optional trips by jangada (traditional fishing raft) to the rock pools (only at low tide) and buggy rides to Pontal de Maracaípe and de Muro Alto beaches are available.

Duration: 08h / Price per Person: R$58,00 / Operation Schedule: Daily - departure from Boa Viagem Beach / Minimum: 01 passenger